Huge snowfall is stranding moose and putting people in jeopardy

02/7/2012 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Heavy, deep snow in Alaska has stranded a large number of moose, many of which have starved to death, and led to increased moose-vehicle collisions as the animals attempt to find food. In response, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is launching a diversionary feeding program. Food will be placed in areas cleared of snow to draw the moose away from populated areas and highways.

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